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At OmniVista , we strive to attract bright individuals who are passionate learners with strong interpersonal and collaborative skills.  We can only build such a team buy continuously  enhancing our knowledge through education and interactions with our clients, peers, and even competitors.

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White Papers and Case Studies

White Paper for Hedge Fund BCP Implementation Framework

White Paper for Hedge Fund BCP Implementation Framework

Recent provisions promulgated by the Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act of 2010, a section of the Dodd-Frank legislation, requires managers to register with the SEC and implement a suitable compliance program if they either a.) have $100M of AUM (if managing a fund and separate accounts) or, b.) have $150M of AUM (if managing a fund only). Under SEC Rule 206(4)-7 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, those managers will need to design and manage a business continuity plan as part of the compliance program.

White Paper for Master & Reference Data Management

White Paper for Master & Reference Data Management

This white paper aims to provide some insight into Master Data and Reference Data Management and its position with regards to Hedge Funds. The document will cover what Master Data and Reference Data is and its goals as well as its life cycle and trends in its implementation

White Paper for Listing Credit Defaults Swaps

White Paper for Listing Credit Defaults Swaps

Will the financial market be in a better state if CDS and like instruments are exchange traded or at minimum cleared through a clearing house. How to resolve massively oversold credit risk on certain issues. Chances are the market will stay OTC but enough standardization will take place with sufficient market share to create a clearinghouse construction that will reduce counterparty risk and increase the ability for the government to more accurately regulate the industry. The SEC together with the Federal Reserve Bank and major banks are setting up of a Clearing House as this paper is being written. A news report on Nov 14th indicated that the SEC along with the major players in the market has agreed to establish a Clearing Institute for CDS. The Clearing House will reduce counterparty risk, generate a pool of cash to cover basic emergencies, provide a means to share information and provide a tool for the regulators to see what exposures institutions have outstanding.

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